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Looking for E6300 OC bios setting to 2.4Ghz

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Hi guys, I though I posted something like this not long ago but can't find my post. Anyways, I am looking for a OC Setting for the E6300 C2D CPU under a EVGA 680i mobo.

Anyone have something running close to that?

***Sorry if I double post this question***
post #2 of 3
no two overclocks are identical, someone elses settings may work but its best to find what settings work for you, and what you can run stable at. Start out small with your stock voltage manually entered, and start increasing the fsb little by little till it wont boot, then back it off a few notches, run prime 95 and realtemp in windows and verify your stable, if not up the voltage two notches and retest. Its a trial and error process, best way is to have fun figuring it out for yourself, if you cant boot reset the cmos.
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Thanks I was looking for a safe zone area what is to much and what is to little. That is the reason why I was asking for example;

333Mhz x6 = 2.00Ghz 1333Mhz FSB
333Mhz x7 = 2.33Ghz 1333Mhz FSB
400Mhz x6 = 2.40Ghz 1600Mhz FSB
400Mhz x7 = 2.80Ghz 1600Mhz FSB

This is what I had in one of my old notes but forgot what 333Mhz or 400Mhz was all about. lol Is been a long time I haven't OC so forgot how my system and bios work.

That is the main reason why I am asking for some advice and help with this. What are the main areas I need to focus and why I should keep an eye for for example maximum voltage, temp etc...

Thanks appreciate anyone input on this just trying to get back into the game.
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